The Amazon is burning. . .
Air Advocate is here to explain what’s going on.
Help him and Denizen Defender tell Tesco to drop forest destroyers
Use the hashtags
and tag @tesco in your post to make sure they hear our roar!
Watch Greenpeace animation
There's a monster in my Kitchen below . . .
Cambridge Friends of the Earth (FoE)
has been challenging environmentally damaging activities and policies
by promoting sustainable alternatives since 1973.
We’re part of a worldwide network of local groups
with whom we can campaign on national
or international issues or, if we want,
we can also campaign on issues just around the corner.
We’re part of a Climate Coalition with Peterborough FoE
lobbying the Metro Mayor, provide support to local residents seeking help
to protect trees and wild spaces and collaborate with other environmental
and social justice groups in the city such as the new
Friends of the River Cam group
and our fabulous mates in Cambridge Greenpeace.
We organise the litter-picking at the Strawberry Fair
and enjoy making unusual arty things
like the windmill from an old bicycle wheel
and putting the yarn-bombed sofa onto wheels!
We meet once a month
or you can have a chat with our friendly Coordinator
to find out about current campaigns:
01223 411350 / firstname.lastname@example.org
XR is a non-violent direct action movement.
We're made up of autonomous groups who plan
and do actions that aim to disrupt business as usual,
whether that's to cause physical disruption
or to make people think differently about the system we live in.
We demand that the government take immediate action on the climate
and ecological crisis.
Our actions are diverse
and we have a range of targets and campaigns.
Recently we've run a divestment campaign
demanding that the university
and colleges divest from fossil fuels
and we've held artistic actions in the road.
Want to do something?
Visit our events page
to find out if there's an action you can come along to.
To find out more about us,
go to xrcambridge.org
or email email@example.com
- if you are interested in joining
email the affinity group support team firstname.lastname@example.org
who can help you join a group.